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I would like know what are the most important software that are required in actuarial field?

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PolySystems, ArcVal, Prophet, ALFA, AXIS
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Why isn't this in the forum called Software/Technology?
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For P&C and reinsurance, @Risk is also a good tool.
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I know excel, Access, but most of the companies I applied, They ask for VBA, anyone has an idea about it?
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VBA is Visual Basic for Applications. It's the language you use to write your macros in Excel and Access.
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